Providing Expertise and Advanced Treatments for Your Sinus and Environmental Allergy Conditions

The Johns Hopkins Sinus Center provides state-of-the-art evaluation and management for patients of all ages with sinus and environmental allergy disorders in the Baltimore and Washington, D.C. metro areas. Our doctors have a broad range of experience and expertise in diagnosing and managing general sinus cases as well as more complex sinus and environmental allergy conditions.

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Conditions and Treatments

Our center offers treatments for patients suffering from from conditions affecting the sinuses. Learn more about each conditions and what to expect at your appointment and treatments we offer. 

Pediatric Sinus Care

The Johns Hopkins pediatric otolaryngology experts treat a variety of sinus conditions in children.

Why Choose the Johns Hopkins Sinus Center


Johns Hopkins Sinus Center is one of the most robust centers for rhinology research in the country. Patients have the choice to opt-in in the largest NIH-funded research, which is aimed to improve patient's quality of life.

Highly-Trained Specialists

When you choose the physicians at Johns Hopkins, you benefit from fellowship-trained specialists with vast experience treating sinus and environmental allergy disorders. 

Comprehensive Care

We offer each patient a thorough and comprehensive approach that encompasses medical, surgical and behavioral treatments to improve your quality of life. 

History and Leadership

Johns Hopkins has played a prominent role in the history of Rhinology in the United States.

Endoscopic Sinus Surgery

Endoscopic sinus surgery, sometimes called functional endoscopic sinus surgery (FESS) is a minimally invasive procedure to treat problems in the sinuses.

The Importance of Smell and Taste

Sinus surgeon, Nicholas Rowan, M.D. discusses how the senses of smell and taste play a vital role in our lives. As we age, these senses can diminish, and research is showing that this can be a barometer for overall health.

Clinical Trials

Climate Change, the Environment and Rhinologic Disease

Johns Hopkins rhinologist, Jean Kim recaps recently published research and reviews undertaken by a work group that found a relationship between climate change, its effects on the environment and particular rhinologic diseases.